In November 2019, a group of leaders from the online safety community met in Westminster to explore challenges and opportunities in the sector. We collectively concluded that there is a need for a body that represents those creating technology for online safety.
Paul Brennan has been appointed as chair to guide Cyan Forensics through our next level of growth. Brennan offers a wealth of commercial experience helping to steer technology organisations into the international arena, with particular focus on the US and Europe. Former chair Simon Hardy will remain on the board continuing to bring with him…
Having a safer internet doesn’t have to have a high price tag, high human cost and invade user privacy
Today, Tuesday 11 February, is Safer Internet Day, an annual event that has grown to be recognised in approximately 150 countries worldwide. Few would dispute that the internet is a wonderful invention and a priceless tool that has become an everyday part of modern living, however, due to some of the darker sides of human…
New funding from a consortium of investors will allow Cyan Forensics to expand our reach within the UK as a result of our partnership with the Home Office and into international markets.
Cyan Forensics has been announced as the winner of PitchGovTech as part of the GovTech Summit 2019.
The pitch competition took place as part of the GovTech Summit, where political leaders and start-up founders from across Europe gathered in Paris to discuss the role of technology in society and how they can work together to improve public sectors.